The fourth novel in the Sullivan Boys series is a touching, well-written story that will have readers coming back for more. The plot is somewhat familiar, but what makes this story really stand out are the well-developed protagonists and the crisp dialogue. Believable characters, a fast pace and a credible suspense subplot keep the pages moving.

Police Captain Patrick Sullivan is captivated by a songstress at an amusement park. Singer Charlie is none other than lawyer to the rich C.J. Demarco. With a serial killer on the loose and personal problems, it’s hardly the right time for a relationship, but they’re willing to see where their attraction leads. Things hits a bump when Charlie defends a man Pat wants prosecuted. Will the danger stalking Charlie bring them closer together? (WILD ROSE, Jan., 198 pp., $10.99)
Reviewed by: 
Keitha Hart